10 – Romain Ntamack (France): The brightest spark in an electric French performance against the Welsh. The fly half was at the centre of most things France did well in attack and did his fair share in defence. The 20-year-old was metronomic with the boot and bagged himself a try to cap off a fine afternoon.
Ntamack is class.— Paul Williams (@thepaulwilliams) February 22, 2020
9 – Antoine Dupont (France): The best scrum-half in Europe. Showed a lot of grit and his tackle that stuffed a Welsh move in the 44th minute was massive.
Antoine Dupont plays the way I always planned to play rugby but was far too incompetent to execute. Ntamack knows how good he is so just scores without giving a fuck. Only 2.9 games in but this France team deserves to win the Grand Slam already. Unreal bunch of blokes— Joey DiMaggio™ (@Joey9Magill) February 22, 2020
1 – Rory Sutherland (Scotland): Won back to back penalties in the 6th and 9th minute respectively against giant young Italian tighthead Giosuè Zilocchi. He’s also an impactful player with the ball in hand.
2 – Jamie George (England): Back to his best in energetic 50-minute shift before being replaced by Luke Cowan-Dickie
3 – Kyle Sinckler (England): A brick guarding the ruck but contrasting figure with the ball, supplying some lovely touches.